Amy Lee, Global Real Estate Advisor and Licensed Salesperson, is a quintessential New Yorker who over the past 11 years has honed her expertise serving clients in all aspects of the luxury real estate market in New York. Amy specializes in the sale and resale of townhouses, new developments, condominiums and cooperatives in Manhattan. Through her multiple years of extensive knowledge and negotiating insights, she has successfully met or exceeded the expectations of many of her clients and customers. Amy was recognized by NRT for being among the top 2% of the company’s 45,000 sales associates nationwide in the second quarter of 2010. She continues to provide the highest level of professionalism and unparalleled service while carefully guiding clients through the sale or purchase of properties.
Over the past several years, Amy has negotiated the sale and purchase of some of Manhattan’s most sought after properties. Her sale of an Upper East Side Townhouse was one of the highest on record at Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Brokerage. Amy’s empathy and knowledge derives from years in the business community as well as being an owner and purchaser of several investment properties over the years. Clients appreciate her personal and professional expertise, keen eye on design, marketing savvy and ability to create a comfortable working relationship as evidenced by the continuous referrals.
A graduate of New York City’s renowned Fashion Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Art and Design, Amy uses her expertise to help stage each client’s home for optimum impact for selling. She is equally adept at discerning a home’s assets and limitations to honestly advise her clients. Amy has a deep appreciation for architecture and design.
It was as a New York City restaurant owner that Amy first sharpened her business acumen and addressed the individualized needs of her clientele. She also worked as a fashion stylist, accessories buyer and manager of several luxury fashion shops on both Madison and Fifth Avenues.
Active in community affairs, Amy volunteers with the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. A member of the Real Estate Board of New York, she was born in Hong Kong and her fluency in Cantonese is an additional asset to an international clientele.